June 5, 2012

TWD Oasis Naan


Oasis Naan, this week's Tuesdays With Dorie recipe, was the perfect vehicle for my favorite Sabra hummus, roasted red pepper.   I'm the first to admit that Indian food and I don't really get along so I was very hesitant about this recipe.  But my love of carbs, especially breads, trumped any  uncertainty I was feeling.

The Baking With Julia recipe calls for sprinkling the dough with scallions prior to baking.  I don't know about you, but I find the smell and taste of fresh scallions a bit too pungent.  To tone it down I fried them quickly in vegetable oil and then brushed both on top of the naan.  A sprinkle of Maldon sea salt and black sesame seeds and they were good to go. 


The recipe can be found at Always Add More Butter and Of Cabbages and Kings Cake

12 comments:

  1. oh yours came out excellent!! gave mine a miss this time round!! looks like an easy recipe!!

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  2. Yummy pictures and beautiful Naans...
    yummy Naans and beautiful pictures...
    Either way, they are great!
    I loved them!

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  3. Very nice pictures! The hummus was a good choice for this, and I like how the black sesame looks.

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  4. Looks beautiful and eating with hummus is definetly the way to go.

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  5. I like your topping. Olive oil makes any thing better. Hummus would be delicious with naan. One bread--so many possibilities.

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  6. beauoootiful! love the toasty edges you got, and the topping look delicious too.

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  7. I put maldon salt and sesame seeds on mine too and we loved it just like that for a snack, but I love naan best with a saucy Indian dish!

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  8. Oh my! These are absolutely perfect and beautiful!!!

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  9. Beautiful - especially with the hummus. Frying the scallions was a good idea

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  10. looks delicious, and the perfect thing for hummus!

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